I love watching, recording, and then analyzing my dreams.
Not always, but quite often, they guide me.
In significance, their role resembles that of seabirds.
A bird is a good sign for one who has long wandered the open sea.
It means the long-awaited land is somewhere nearby.
Dreams also notify me of what should happen.
It’s not about specific events; it’s more about the direction my personality is taking.
In dreams, I see the changes that have already taken place within me.
You see, the physical reality is characterized by inertia.
Hence, in waking life, my behavior changes, but with a delay.
One could say that dreams help the implicit become explicit.
A few things have improved my understanding of dreams:
- Psychedelic experiences.
- Studying myths and fairy tales.
- Learning the ‘Focusing’ method.
- Interpreting dreams with a psychotherapist.
So when I hear that dreams are delirium and rubbish, it amuses me.
Just like when people try to interpret dreams using templates.
To those individuals, I’d suggest considering the following:
- There must be some value in dreams if evolution has preserved them.
- The eccentricity of dreams is necessary to bypass the barriers of a stubborn mind.
- Dream symbols are individual and meant only for you.
- It’s unknown who sends you dreams. Why ignore these gifts?
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